After a fair amount of teasing, MV Agusta today unveiled the Brutale 800 Dragster model, which appears to feature the same 798 cc three-cylinder engine found in both the standard Brutale 800 and the Rivale, with a claimed 125 peak horsepower.
As you can see from the photos, the Dragster has some radical styling (and not much of a passenger seat). Top notch suspension and brakes (from Brembo) grace the Dragster, as well as a huge 200/50 Pirelli rear tire.
The Brutale 800 Dragster also features a sophisticated electronics package found on other MV Agusta models that includes four selectable ignition maps (1 customizable by the rider) and 8-level traction control. ABS is standard. U.S. pricing and availability date are unknown at this time. Here is the spec sheet for the new Brutale 800 Dragster.